May 8, 2014

PHS edges NAC in CVAC tennis

PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh High slipped past Northern Adirondack with a 3-2 win in boys’ Champlain Valley Athletic Conference play on Tuesday.

With wins in all three singles matchups from Alex Racine (No. 1 singles), Brendan Whalen (No. 2 singles) and Anthony Girard (No. 3 singles), the Hornets were able to hold on despite dropping both doubles matches.

The duos of Jared Brunelle and Scott Kellett and Darien Velasquez and Blake Forkey took home wins in the double matchups for the Bobcats.

Plattsburgh High also took home a 4-1 win in girls’ play.

Kelsey Senecal, Emilie Kneifel, Anna Outekhine each collected wins for the Hornets in the singles matchups.

In the No. 1 doubles matchup Plattsburgh High’s Ashley Marlow and Kelly Cantwell came out on top.

Northern Adirondack’s lone win came in the No. 2 doubles match from Amber Collins and Katelyn Snide.


Plattsburgh High 3,Northern Adirondack 2


No. 1- Racine (PHS) def. S. Warwick, 6-2, 6-0. No. 2- Whalen (PHS) def. Garceau, 6-2, 6-0. No. 3- Girard (PHS) def. E. Warwick 6-2, 6-3.


No. 1- Brunnelle/Kellett (NAC) def. Bracey/Ferris 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. No. 2- Velasquez/Forkey (NAC) def. Choe/Luu, 6-4, 7-6, 7-3.



No. 1- Senecal (PHS) def. Brunelle, 6-0, 6-1. No. 2- Kneifel (PHS) def. Pitts, 6-0, 6-4. No. 3- Outekhine (PHS) def. Lamb 6-2, 6-3.


No. 1- Marlow/Cantwell (PHS) def. Lashway/Fountain 6-4, 6-0. No. 2- Collins/Snide (NAC) def. LeCalir/Mistsoglou, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2.


NCCS 4, Seton 1

NCCS 5, Seton 0

CHAMPLAIN — Adam Khater combined with Brendan Boutin and Devin McManus with Troy Tetreault for doubles wins as the Northeastern Clinton boys defeated Seton Catholic.

Ryan Marks and Austin Tetreault won their singles matches for the Cougars, while Noah Racette’s win at No. 3 singles put the Knights on the board.

Meanwhile, the Northeastern Clinton girls swept their match as Abbie Miller, Aurora Slater and Alexa Sorrell all own straight-set victories in singles.

Andrea Mossey teamed with Aryana Kellison for one doubles win and Sarah Babbie with Ashley Boire for the other.

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